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The Brands Vampires Love, GE's New Take on Stats, Painting a New Yorker Cover With an iPhone App and Other Work

Creativity Weekly Top 5: June 1

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In this week's Creativity Top 5, HBO partners with marketers and Gawker Media for the season premier of "True Blood"; Wieden & Kennedy and Stacy Wall's Imperial Woodpecker make LeBron and Kobe puppets for Nike Basketball; TBWA/Frederick, Chile, and Pedigree re-create the horrors of a dog shelter at the bus stop; GE and Ben Fry transform health statistics into interactive graphics; and Jorge Colombo paints a New Yorker magazine cover with an iPhone app.

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HBO True Blood Partnerships

HBO True Blood Partnerships

Agency: Digital Kitchen
Executive Producer: Don McNeill
Executive Creative Director/Copywriter: Jeff Long

Nike: Puppet Chalk

Nike: 'Puppet Chalk'

Agency: Wieden & Kennedy
Creative Directors: Jeff Williams, Alberto Ponte

Pedigree: Adoption Refuge

Pedigree: 'Adoption Refuge'

Agency: TBWA/Frederick, Chile
Executive Creative Director: Pablo Leiva
Creative Director: Cristian Lopez

GE: Health Visualizer

GE: 'Health Visualizer'

Agency: Phyllotaxis Lab
Developer: Ben Fry
Website: http://www.ge.com/visualization/health_visualizer/

New Yorker: iPhone Brushes Cover

New Yorker: iPhone Brushes Cover

Artist: Jorge Colombo

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